(1) The competent government may, subject to pre-publication, make regulations for the purposes of this Act. 2. In particular, and without prejudice to the generality of the previous power, these provisions may provide for all or part of the following points, namely: (a) the number of persons to be appointed as members representing various interests in the Central Council and the Council of State, the duration of the term of office and other conditions of service, the procedure to be followed in the performance of their duties and the procedures for filling vacant posts; (b) the hours and places of meetings of a committee established under this Act, the procedure to be followed at such meetings, including the quorum necessary for the conduct of the work, and the fees and indemnities that may be paid to the members of a committee; (c) the manner in which institutions may be registered in accordance with Section 7, the levying of a fee for them and the form of the registration certificate; NOTES Collection of royalties by central and state governments. the registration, licence and renewal of the licence do not constitute the levying of fees. Gammon India Ltd.c. Union of India, (1974) 1 SCC 596: 1974 CSC (L &S) 252. 3. Any regulation adopted by the Central Government pursuant to this Act shall, as soon as possible after its adoption, be adopted in each Chamber of Parliament for a total period of thirty days, which may consist of one or two successive part-sessions, before the end of the session at which it is so fixed or the session immediately following: both Houses agree to make any changes to the Standing Orders, otherwise both Houses may be ineffective; however, such modification or cancellation does not affect the validity of something that has already been done under this rule. Above (1) In any establishment falling within the scope of the Act, first aid boxes of at least one box must be provided to 150 contract workers or a part of them who are usually employed and maintained in such a way as to be easily accessible throughout the working hours. (1) The provisions of this Act are in force notwithstanding what is contained in any other Act or in the provisions of an agreement or contract for services or in any rules of procedure applicable to the institution before or after the coming into force of the Law, provided that contract workers employed in the company are entitled to benefits in connection with such an agreement, a contract for services: The benefits which are more favourable to him than those to which he would be entitled under this Act, the employee continues to be entitled to the most favourable benefits in this field, even if he has benefited from advantages in other areas under this Law. (2) Nothing in this Act shall be construed to prevent such a temporary agency worker from working with the principal employer or the employer. enter into an agreement with the contractor to grant rights or privileges in respect of a matter that is more favourable to the contractor than those to which the contractor would be entitled under this Act. 1.

The competent Government may make regulations providing that, in each establishment (a), it is entitled. (1) The competent government may make regulations according to which, in any establishment (a) on which they are more demanding. (1) The competent government may make regulations according to which, in any establishment, (a) this Act applies, (b) if the work requiring the employment of contract workers is likely to continue during the prescribed period, and (c) if contract workers with one hundred or more are normally employed by a contract, one or more canteens provided by the contractor for the use of such contract work, and be entertained. 2. Without prejudice to the generality of the abovementioned power, these provisions may: (a) provide for the date of making available of canteens; (b) the number of canteens to be provided and the standards for the construction, accommodation, furniture and other equipment of canteens; and (c) the food that may be delivered to the premises and the costs that may be collected there. TopNOTES The provisions used are not unreasonable. Gammon India lid. v.

Union of India, (1974) 1 SCC 596.b) A worker is considered a “temporary worker” in or in connection with the work of an establishment if he is hired in or in connection with that work by or through a contractor with or without the knowledge of the principal employer […].